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California Supreme Court: Catholics Must Insure Abortions on Demand Because They Are ‘Medically Necessary’
The California Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit brought by Catholic missionaries that sought to overturn a state mandate that forces them to pay insurance premiums that subsidize abortions.
Walters: Audit backs critics of California’s school finance system
Will governor and state schools superintendent act, or continue head-in-the-sand attitude?
Trump to Gavin Newsom on California Fires: 'Get Your Act Together'; Update -- Newsom Responds
President Donald Trump criticized California Governor Gavin Newsom on Sunday for his poor management of the recent California fires, especially bad forest management that Trump blames for the rapid
Jerry Brown Blames Trump, Republicans for California Fires: 'The Blood Is on Your Soul'
Former California Gov. Jerry Brown blamed "deniers" for the California fires: "“The blood is on your soul here and I hope you wake up."
Jerry Brown: Wildfires Show ‘the Horror’ of Climate Change
Former California Democrat Gov. Jerry Brown warned that the recent wildfires in California are a taste of what is to come if our leaders do not act on climate change.
California Bans Smoking, Vaping at State Parks and Beaches
California is set to ban smoking and vaping at its state parks and beaches starting in 2020, according to legislation signed by Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday.
Gavin Newsom, Michael Bloomberg Announce California's Own Satellite for Climate Change
California Governor Gavin Newsom and billionaire Michael Bloomberg announced Wednesday that they will launch California's own satellite dedicated to monitoring climate change and the impact of the
Gavin Newsom: 'I'm Absolutely Humiliated' by U.S. Stance on Climate Change
California Governor Gavin Newsom told world leaders at the United Nations on Monday that he felt "humiliated" by the U.S. position on climate change -- though policies President Donald Trump supports
Jerry Brown partners with China to fight climate change
Former Gov. Jerry Brown is launching a new partnership with China and UC Berkeley to research new solutions for fighting climate change, he announced Monday.
California Bill Requiring Colleges to Distribute Abortion Drugs Advances to Governor's Desk
A bill that would require public college and university health centers to distribute abortion drugs passed the California Assembly and awaits the signature of Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Opinion: Paid family leave should be a right, not a luxury
Our experience shows why California should continue pursuing its goal of six months of leave per child.
Trump Is on the Right Side of the Law, for Once
President Donald Trump is not generally a fan of the rule of law. He is ignorant of constitutional principles. He’s hostile to checks and balances on his power. He’s authoritarian in style and
Bid to block California ballot measure costs taxpayers
Backers of a pending criminal justice initiative say California taxpayers are on the hook for nearly $60,000 in legal fees after a judge rejected former Gov. Jerry Brown’s attempt to bounce it from
Breaking: Trump 2020, GOP sue California over tax-return requirement
"Flagrantly illegal." The post Breaking: Trump 2020, GOP sue California over tax-return requirement appeared first on Hot Air.
Editorial: California leaders abandoning futile bullet train plans
Proposed redirection of high-speed rail funds exposes the lie of the if-we-build-it-they-will-come strategy.
Gov. Newsom signs law requiring candidates to release tax returns to qualify for state primary
"While the law is aimed at Trump, it would apply to all presidential contenders..." The post Gov. Newsom signs law requiring candidates to release tax returns to qualify for state primary appeared
Mathews: California PUC seems to regulate everything. What’s next?
It's authority includes railroads, natural gas, electricity, telecommunications, water, cars, trucks -- and now wildfires
A tiny tweak in California law is creating a strange thing: carbon-negative oil
An oil company is working with a Harvard professor to build a large-scale plant that can capture carbon dioxide from the air and recover oil at the same time.
Borenstein: CalPERS must stop transit workers’ pension windfall
BART employees, VTA trying to capitalize on six-year-old legal fight between Jerry Brown and Barack Obama.
To understand the future of food, look to the Holy Land
The tiny nation is a growing hub of innovators that are trying to solve our agriculture and water problems.